“The Supreme court” from Facebook

Social network Facebook announced details about the establishment of an independent Supervisory body which will be a Supreme court network, and will consider complaints of users on illegal content removal.

It is expected that he will begin work in early 2020.

Facebook unveiled the Charter, which contains detailed information on the work of the Council to oversee the content. The administration said that the authority will be staffed by the end of 2019 and expects involvement of about 40 experts. They will be appointed for three years. Each Council member may retain office for no more than nine years. The names of the Board members and their decisions will be available online. The members of the Board may remain anonymous, if they would be in danger.

Every complaint is reviewed by a team of five experts. Their decision will be binding on and shall come into force as soon as possible. The only exception is when the management of Facebook finds that the restoration of the content will be violation of the law.
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